It has been soooo looong since I posted a Saturday Sky picture, that I have two today.The weather was nasty and gray yesterday, and the same is predicted for tomorrow, but look at today! Also, broccoli can be pretty with sun and raindrops. It ia just beginning to get floret-sized heads on it.
I finished my Maine Morning Mitts from one skein of South West Trading Co.’s Karaoke, 50% wool and Soysilk. I made no attempt to match stripes, but I did cut the blue and add purple at the top of the second one. Also, one of the amaryllis buds is starting to open a bit.
The weather was so yucky and cold and rainy yesterday that we postponed giving the dogs their Christmas treats. Today is great for photo opps. I finished one Maine Morning Mitt and started the other. Whatcha got? Whatcha got??? Honey sez "Thanks, Santa!" Peanut sez, "Chomp!" with one eye on Honey
DH got me my entire Amazon wish list, I believe. From left to right, Not Your Mother’s Slow-Cooker Cookbook For Two (I have three Crock-Pots in varying sizes), Teach Yourself Visually Knitting Design, One Skein, Obsession, Deceit and Very Dark Chocolate; Vogue’s Ultimate Sock Book, and Sheila MacGregor’s Traditional Scandinavian Knitting. I have been trying… Continue reading Merry Christmas, Everyone!
What other three socks I have on the needles. The Shaped Cardigan is resting comfortably beside me as I knit on the Annetrelac Socks. I have finished the entrelac section of the first sock. I usually lose interest after finishing the heel and gusset. Winter Chill colorway sock yarn from Thank Ewe! on Etsy. the… Continue reading Annetrelac Sock Moving Along
We got a new ornament for the Christmas tree, a gift from friends. BTW, DH’s sister gave us a trip to Las Vegas for Xmas. It is so nice to go in March for Spring Break, when the temps can be half what they are in the summer- like 112 degrees F. The amaryllis are… Continue reading Gratuitous Amaryllis Photos, Xmas Tree and Etc.
I had to make DH a sour cream pound cake for Christmas. I tried for some more artistic shots. The nonstick Bundt pan did not let go readily last time, so I sprayed the pan with the Bakers Joy stuff with flour in it, and the cake slid right out. The knitting does not look… Continue reading Still Baking